Urban water future: Changing climate means changing water

Standard: Editor's note: This is the final in a three-part series exploring the vital issue of Utah's urban water supplies. The first story delved into aging infrastructure and the second story addressed conservation efforts. The T.W. Daniel Experimental Forest, located about an hour up Logan Canyon from Utah State University, is full of all kinds of shiny metal objects. The metal feathers of rain gauge windscreens rattle with the breeze. Mylar insulation wraps trees, which helps measure sap flux and......

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